C6120 - Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical

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RMIT program code: C6120
Plan name: Advanced Diploma of Engineering Technology - Electrical
Plan code: C6120
National Program Code: UEE62111
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: 2 years full time or part time over a longer period
Minimum Nominal Hours: 2000
CRICOS code: 078614C

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2017 Enrolment Program Structure

This qualification requires the completion of a total of 2160 weighting points.

  C6120 Courses - Note: Course titles without weighting points indicates hours are equivalent to points.
 

Please do not enrol in any courses before you have been advised of your section/group after attending an Enrolment Information Session or upon academic advisement.

Information regarding program completion will be provided at these sessions.

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C6120 Courses - Note: Course titles without weighting points indicates hours are equivalent to points.

Students commmencing in Semester 1 2017 please only select courses in group/section ET1A, ET1B, ET1C after you have attended your Enrolment Information Session or received academic advice from the Program Manager or a Senior Educator and have been allocated a group/section.

Students who commmenced in Semester 1 and midyear 2016 please only select courses in group/section ET3A, ET3B after you have attended your Re-enrolment Information Session or received academic advice from the Program Manager or a Senior Educator and have been allocated a group/section.

Students who commenced in midyear 2015 please only select courses in group/section MET3 after you have attended your Re-enrolment Information Session or received academic advice from the Program Manager or a Senior Educator and have been allocated a group/section.

Students commmencing in Semester 2 2017 please only select courses in group/section MET1 after you have attended your Enrolment Information Session or received academic advice from the Program Manager or a Senior Educator and have been allocated a group/section.

To check your section/group timetable and class number, please go to the Timetable page at: www1.rmit.edu.au/timetabling/sehve

C6120 Core Units - Select ALL Twenty-Eight (28) Courses. Note: Courses 048446-UEENEEE083A & 048456-UEENEEG107A are included for historical enrolments and are no longer delivered.

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

UEENEED104A Use software (UEENEED104A)40YesCOSC6138CCity Campus2477 (ET1A)
2478 (ET1B)
2479 (ET1C)
2498 (MET3)
2534 (EC1A)
2535 (EC1B)
2617 (CS1A)
2618 (CS1B)
2619 (CS1C)
3502 (MEC3)
2005 (MCS1)
Manage risk in electrotechnology activities (UEENEEE011C)60YesOHTH5737CCity Campus2514 (ET3A)
2515 (ET3B)
2582 (EC3A)
2583 (EC3B)
Develop design briefs for electrotechnology projects (UEENEEE015B)40YesEEET6740CCity Campus2516 (ET3A)
2517 (ET3B)
2649 (CS3A)
2650 (CS3B)
2076 (EC3A)
2077 (EC3B)
Write specifications for electrical engineering projects (UEENEEE071B)40YesBUSM6358CCity Campus2027 (ET3A)
2028 (ET3B)
Apply industry and community standards to engineering activities (UEENEEE080A)20YesENVI5080CCity Campus2520 (ET3A)
2521 (ET3B)
Apply material science to solving electrotechnology engineering problems (UEENEEE081A)60YesEEET7019CCity Campus2495 (ET1A)
2496 (ET1B)
2497 (ET1C)
2499 (MET3)
2511 (MCS3)
3505 (MEC3)
2043 (EC1A)
2044 (EC1B)
2101 (CS1A)
2102 (CS1B)
2103 (CS1C)
Apply physics to solving electrotechnology engineering problems (UEENEEE082A)60YesONPS5684CCity Campus2489 (ET1A)
2490 (ET1B)
2491 (ET1C)
2500 (MET3)
2507 (MCS3)
2542 (EC1A)
2543 (EC1B)
2626 (CS1A)
2627 (CS1B)
2628 (CS1C)
3078 (TE1A)
3503 (MEC3)
2506 (TE2A)
Establish and follow a competency development plan in an electrotechnology engineering discipline (UEENEEE083A)20YesEMPL7064CCity Campus2025 (ET3A)
2026 (ET3B)
Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace (UEENEEE101A)20YesOHTH5729CCity Campus2474 (ET1A)
2475 (ET1B)
2476 (ET1C)
2540 (EC1A)
2541 (EC1B)
2605 (CS1A)
2606 (CS1B)
2607 (CS1C)
2001 (MCS1)
2012 (MET1)
Fabricate, assemble and dismantle utilities industry components (UEENEEE102A)40YesEEET6993CCity Campus2468 (ET1A)
2469 (ET1B)
2470 (ET1C)
2538 (EC1A)
2539 (EC1B)
2602 (CS1A)
2603 (CS1B)
2604 (CS1C)
2000 (MCS1)
2010 (MET1)
Solve problems in d.c. circuits (UEENEEE104A)80YesEEET7020CCity Campus2480 (ET1A)
2481 (ET1B)
2482 (ET1C)
2544 (EC1A)
2545 (EC1B)
2013 (MET1)
Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications (UEENEEE107A)40YesEEET6995CCity Campus2483 (ET1A)
2484 (ET1B)
2485 (ET1C)
2014 (MET1)
Implement and monitor energy sector OHS policies and procedures (UEENEEE117A)20YesOHTH5730CCity Campus2608 (CS1A)
2609 (CS1B)
2610 (CS1C)
1970 (ET1A)
1971 (ET1B)
1972 (ET1C)
2002 (MCS1)
2017 (MET1)
2074 (EC3A)
2075 (EC3B)
Compile and produce an energy sector detailed report (UEENEEE124A)60YesEEET6996CCity Campus2518 (ET3A)
2519 (ET3B)
Provide engineering solutions for problems in complex multiple path circuits (UEENEEE125A)60YesEEET7021CCity Campus2512 (ET3A)
2513 (ET3B)
Provide solutions to basic engineering computational problems (UEENEEE126A)60YesEEET7022CCity Campus1994 (ET1A)
1995 (ET1B)
1996 (ET1C)
2022 (MET1)
2057 (EC1A)
2058 (EC1B)
2107 (CS1A)
2108 (CS1B)
2109 (CS1C)
Document and apply measures to control OHS risks associated with electrotechnology work (UEENEEE137A)20YesOHTH5731CCity Campus2564 (EC3A)
2566 (EC3B)
2653 (CS3A)
2654 (CS3B)
2033 (ET3A)
2034 (ET3B)
Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines (UEENEEG006A)80YesEEET7023CCity Campus2522 (ET3A)
2523 (ET3B)
Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits (UEENEEG033A)60YesEEET7024CCity Campus2501 (MET3)1976 (ET1A)
1977 (ET1B)
1978 (ET1C)
Arrange circuits, control and protection for general electrical installations (UEENEEG063A)40YesEEET7025CCity Campus1982 (ET1A)
1983 (ET1B)
1984 (ET1C)
2020 (MET1)
Solve problems in electromagnetic devices and related circuits (UEENEEG101A)60YesEEET7026CCity Campus2492 (ET1A)
2493 (ET1B)
2494 (ET1C)
2016 (MET1)
Solve problems in low voltage a.c. circuits (UEENEEG102A)80YesEEET7027CCity Campus1979 (ET1A)
1980 (ET1B)
1981 (ET1C)
2019 (MET1)
Terminate cables, cords and accessories for low voltage circuits (UEENEEG106A)40YesEEET7028CCity Campus1973 (ET1A)
1974 (ET1B)
1975 (ET1C)
2018 (MET1)
Select wiring systems and cables for low voltage general electrical installations (UEENEEG107A)80YesEEET7125CCity Campus2524 (ET3A)
2525 (ET3B)
Provide engineering solutions to problems in complex polyphase power circuits (UEENEEG149A)60YesEEET7030CCity Campus2023 (ET3A)
2024 (ET3B)
Manage large electrical projects (UEENEEG169A)40YesBUSM6477CCity Campus2029 (ET3A)
2030 (ET3B)
Plan large electrical projects (UEENEEG170A)60YesBUSM6478CCity Campus2031 (ET3A)
2032 (ET3B)
Develop strategies to address environmental and sustainability issues in the energy sector (UEENEEK132A)20YesEEET7031CCity Campus2502 (MET3)
2530 (ET3A)
2531 (ET3B)
2588 (EC3A)
2589 (EC3B)
2661 (CS3A)
2662 (CS3B)
AND

C6120 Group A - Imported and Common Elective Units - Select ALL Five (5) Courses. Note: Course 048461-UEENEEG108A is included for historical enrolments and is no longer delivered.

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Trouble-shoot and repair faults in low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits (UEENEEG108A)80YesEEET7124CCity Campus1985 (ET1A)
1986 (ET1B)
1987 (ET1C)
Set up industrial field control devices (UEENEEI119A)60YesEEET7033CCity Campus2526 (ET3A)
2527 (ET3B)
Provide solutions to problems in industrial control systems (UEENEEI120A)60YesEEET7034CCity Campus2035 (ET3A)
2036 (ET3B)
Fault find and repair analogue circuits and components in electronic control systems (UEENEEI124A)60YesEEET7035CCity Campus2504 (MET3)1988 (ET1A)
1989 (ET1B)
1990 (ET1C)
Diagnose and rectify faults in digital controls systems (UEENEEI139A)60YesEEET7036CCity Campus2505 (MET3)1997 (ET1A)
1998 (ET1B)
1999 (ET1C)
Trouble-shoot and repair faults in low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits (UEENEEG108A)40YesEEET7032CCity Campus2503 (MET3)
AND

C6120 Group B Qualification Elective Units - Select One (1) Course)

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers (UEENEEI150A)60YesEEET7037CCity Campus2486 (ET1A)
2487 (ET1B)
2488 (ET1C)
2015 (MET1)
AND

C6120 Group C and D Elective Units - Select Two (2) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Develop, enter and verify word and analogue control programs for programmable logic controllers. (UEENEEI151A)60YesEEET7038CCity Campus1991 (ET1A)
1992 (ET1B)
1993 (ET1C)
2021 (MET1)
Develop, enter and verify programs in Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition systems (UEENEEI152A)60YesEEET7039CCity Campus2037 (ET3A)
2038 (ET3B)
AND

C6120 Group E Qualification Elective Units - Select ALL Three (3) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Use advanced computational processes to provide solutions to energy sector engineering problems (UEENEEE127A)120YesCOSC6140CCity Campus3508 (MEC3)2039 (ET3A)
2040 (ET3B)
2088 (EC3A)
2089 (EC3B)
2111 (CS3A)
2112 (CS3B)
Develop engineering solutions for induction machine and control problems (UEENEEG145A)60YesEEET7040CCity Campus2041 (ET3A)
2042 (ET3B)
Design and use advanced programming tools PC networks and HMI Interfacing (UEENEEI154A)120YesCOSC6141CCity Campus2528 (ET3A)
2529 (ET3B)
AND

C6120 Pre-requisite Units - Select One (1) Course

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment (UEENEEE105A)20YesEEET6994CCity Campus2471 (ET1A)
2472 (ET1B)
2473 (ET1C)
2011 (MET1)
 

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Program structure enquiries

Program Manager: Eddie Vanda

School of Vocational Engineering, Health and Sciences

Building 57, Level 5

115 Queensberry Street

Carlton VIC 3053, Australia

Tel: +61 3 9925 4456

Fax: +61 3 9925 4377

Email: eddie.vanda@rmit.edu.au

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